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Lunch and learn series

Family and domestic abuse

The RACGP’s Lunch & Learn Series is a new knowledge-sharing network created to help frontline primary care professionals develop skills and confidence in responding to family violence.

You’ll be learning alongside other primary care professionals keen to make a difference to women and children.

Held on the 3rd Friday of every month from 12pm-1pm, Lunch and Learn provides an excellent opportunity to gain insights and support in managing family violence.

Register here



This is a complex area of practice and it’s vital that we learn from one another’s lived experience of trying to support those affected.

Worth 1 hour of CPD, this training is open to GPs, practice nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Aboriginal Health Workers and allied health professionals across Australia.

Each Lunch & Learn session involves:

  • Three expert panel members
  • A presentation on a different aspect of family violence
  • De-identified case presentations (submit your own case too)
  • Q&A / discussion time.

We encourage you to submit a de-identified case for discussion – this is real-world training where practitioners are encouraged to share challenges and gain insights and ideas from professional peers walking the same path. Submit a case in the form below.

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You can come to all meetings or attend as per your availability.

You only need to register once to receive all zoom meetings.

Submit your case for discussion

Patient information:

Patient Information

Please do not include any person identifiable information on this form.

Please complete as much of the form as possible. It is fine to be brief and to use abbreviations, etc. The form will be used as a guide to support you with presenting your case and as a tool to refer back to help you with managing the case.

Case Information


Questions to the panel

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